The Last of Us Part II for PS4 is $20 off at Walmart
Sept. 16, 2020
If you haven’t yet trudged through the gripping and frequently disturbing tale that The Last of Us Part II has to tell, you can get a deal on the PS4 game at Walmart right now. Normally fully priced at $60, it’s $40 . As far as price cuts on PS4 exclusives go, this is a fantastic deal given that the game came out just a few months ago following several delays.
The Last of Us Part II follows Ellie, who was the sidekick to protagonist Joel in the first game. She’s out for revenge, and the entirety of the story is a multi-perspective look at exactly where the revenge takes her. It’s a great game that builds upon the crafting, stealth, and combat systems of its predecessor, with amped-up graphics and sound design that takes great advantage of the PS4 hardware.
The Last of Us Part II (PS4) Was $60, now 33% off $40 at Walmart
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Woot, an online store owned by Amazon, has an appealing stock of refurbished Amazon hardware, specifically Kindles. The best deal currently running is on the second-generation Kindle Oasis with 8GB of storage, Amazon’s high-end waterproof e-reader. It’s rare to find this model discounted, and compared to the $250 current model, this one’s $120 price is much easier to digest. Though, note that this model on sale today doesn’t feature adjustable screen temperature like the latest model, but it’s good nevertheless.
Amazon Kindle Oasis (second-gen, refurbished, 8GB) Was around $200, now 40% off. If this sells out, there are others selling for $150, which is still a solid deal. $120 at Woot
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